Tupou Becks, passionate about men and men’s rights
I had two dreams last night. The first was a little blurrier, but still weighs on my mind. I was 9 years old again, sitting in a cafeteria, doing my civil duty of pointing out people’s issues so that they could work on themselves. While performing this duty I was called an asshole. This was very shocking to me, as this was completely untrue—I’m actually a really nice guy. Despite the crude remarks I received, I continued my efforts, but over the duration of the day I ended up with less and less people around me.
This dream eats away at me because I fear if I don’t figure out what’s wrong with society, there will come a day where manners will die, and we won’t talk to each other anymore. I simply can’t live in a world like that, where being antisocial is the norm.
I will save the world, even if the world doesn’t realise it needs saving.
The second dream I remember very vividly. I was walking through the dark, and this big pink thing started chasing me. I didn’t know why it was there, but I knew that if that pink thing got me, I wouldn’t be the same. So I started running, running… but despite my best efforts, it caught up to me—fused with me, leaving a fruity taste in my mouth.
No matter how much meat I ate (as part of my Alpha diet), no matter how good the pump I got; I just couldn’t shake this feeling that I was slowly changing. Little by little, I’d find myself doing things that just weren’t me: Using my hands more when speaking, showering daily, changing my bedding.
I then blacked out—when I came to, I was twerking in the middle of Family bar. I knew the pink thing that had entered me was in control.
I finally gave in and just went with it, booty popping to the beat of the music, sweating in an ocean of bodies. I felt the pink thing slowly leave me… I was left there, on the stage, muscle cramps from throwing it back. But the weird part is that under it all, the makeup, the fishnet top, the lipstick from the dude I had been hooking up with, I felt good. For the first time in my life, I didn’t feel like I needed to be somewhere else, I felt like I was exactly where I needed to be.